An imaginatively textured musical performance in which music, sounds, and speaking are of a piece
CLOSE YOUR LEGS, HONEY — A NEW MUSICAL (PHIT/Hannah Parke & Shamus Hunter McCarty): 2018 Fringe review
CLOSE YOUR LEGS, HONEY is a cheery musical tackling the difficult subject of societal expectations for women and the shit women have to put up with.
AIRPORT OPENED takes you on an enjoyably elucidating human journey well worth experiencing!
ECCENTRICITIES is lush, loquacious and very typical Tennessee Williams: lonely, sex-starved women, men struggling against overbearing mothers, desperation everywhere.
“What is cabaret?”
However crammed your Fringe calendar may be, don’t miss this one.
Gather yourself for an illuminating walk along a dim, roughly hewn path into untamed territory where sounds and other sensory elements gather in corners to conspire. Your brutally handsome, knowledgeable…
A version of this review was also published on Foley Got Comped. Irish Heritage Theatre is purely a labor of love. All of the company members have day-jobs, rehearse 25…
VOLTA is a performance with both visual play and psychological depth.
A common refrain in the world of workplace woes goes like this: “People don’t quit jobs. They quit managers.” This is undoubtedly true for the handful of jobs I’ve left….
Double dealing, doubling of characters, double entendre and double dating, of a sort, are doubly fun to watch.
Toby Zinman considers “Rachel Rose: Wil-o-Wisp/The Future Fields Commission” and “Biting Wit and Brazen Folly: British Satirical Prints, 1780s–1830s”
Les Canards Chantants (“the singing ducks”), a renaissance polyphony voice ensemble, was born in England but is now based in Philadelphia.
The School of Pennsylvania Ballet presented its 2018 annual performance at the Prince Theater on May 19 and 20.